granulosis


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granulosis

(ˌɡrænjʊˈləʊsɪs)
n
(Zoology) entomol a disease that predominantly affects larval Lepidoptera and which causes loss of appetite and sluggishness
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Hydatid cyst is a helminth infection caused by the development of the larval form of dog taenia "Echinococcus granulosis" (1) in humans.
Analysis of Chemical Component of Hydatid fluid in infected sheep with Echinococcus granulosis. IOSR J.
Granulosis Rubra Nasi (GRN) is also known as "Acne papulo-rosacea of the nose.".
Epithelium shows hyperkeratosis, granulosis, acanthosis and atrophy, spongiosis, hydropic degeneration (patchy or widespread), colloid bodies, and hyperproliferation of basal layer, sometimes with a presence of atypical keratinocytes.
(%) (%) 1 Hyper- 54 (63.6%) Perivascular 34 (40%) keratosis lymphocytic infiltrate 2 Parakeratosis 20 (23.6%) Periadnexal 09 (10.6%) lymphocytic infiltrate 3 Acanthosis 42 (49.5%) Band like 11 (13%) infiltrate 4 Atrophy 14 (16.5%) Pigment 26 (30.6%) incontinence 5 Hyper- 13 (15.3%) Mono-nuclear 66 (77.7%) granulosis cells 6 Spongiosis 03 (3.6%) Plasma cells 11 (13%) 7 Exocytosis 02 (2.4%) Eosinophils 05 (5.9%) 8 Follicular 12 (14.2%) Neutrophils 09 (10.6%) plugging 9 Basal cell 26 (30.6%) degeneration 10 Hyperpigmen 15 (17.7%) tation of basal layer
In the early 1970s, a granulosis virus was observed on the grounds of CIAT attacking hornworm larvae (Arias & Bellotti 1987).
Frutex vel arbuscula ad 6 m alta; folia (5-) 9-foliolata; foliola nervis lateralibus utroque latere 14-16; pedicelli 2.5-4 mm longi; flores 11.5-12 (-14) mm longi; calyx 3.5-4 mm longus; vexillum 12-13 mm latum; ovarium 3-5-ovulatum; legumen 2.93.7 cm latum, coriaceum, laeve vel rugosum, valvis non granulosis, inter semina non constrictum.
Effect of botanical extracts on the biological activity of granulosis virus against Pieris brassicae.
ADN characterization of eight geographic isolates of granulosis virus from the potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella) (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae).
Key Words: Hydatid cyst, Pulmonary hydatid cyst disease, Echinococcus granulosis.